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Originally defined by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (Straus, 2009, p.125), as:“All the activity that links decision makers with researchers, facilitating their interaction so that they are able to better understand each other’s goals and professional cultures, influence each other’s work, forge new partnerships and promote the use of research-based evidence in decision making.” I have extended the concept by using the term value-added knowledge brokering, to underscore the critical role of boundary spanning roles (intermediaries) of all forms in the innovation leadership process.

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